Agency shop

An agency shop is defined as a place of employment where workers are required to pay union dues regardless of whether they are union members.

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Arbitration

Arbitration refers to the process whereby parties involved in collective bargaining disputes agree to be legally bound by the decision of neutral...

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Closed Shop

A closed shop refers to a business or organization in which all employees are required to become union members as a precondition of employment.

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Collective Bargaining

The term collective bargaining refers to contractual negotiations between employers and groups of employees to determine specific conditions of employment. 

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Grievance

The grievance process is one method of resolving disputes between workers and their employers, usually in the context of a collective bargaining agreement. 

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Impasse in Bargaining

During the collective bargaining process, when parties fail to reach agreements about the terms and conditions of employment, either side can typically make it known that they have reached an impasse, signaling that they are unable to resolve their differences on their own.

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